Super Mario 3D All-Stars Features Music Player With 175 Tracks Available
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Last week, Nintendo announced a bunch of Mario things to coincide with Super Mario 35th Anniversary. One of those things was Super Mario 3D All-Stars which brings remastered versions of Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. We also saw a bunch of Japanese commercials for the bundle. Well, if you’re a fan of the music in any of the mentioned games, get yourself excited.
Nintendo, in a tweet earlier this morning, revealed that Super Mario 3D All-Stars will feature over 170 songs from the games that will be playable through the in-game music player. Sure, it’s not a physical-disc or collection of MP3 downloads, but at least you get to listen to them all. The full track-list hasn’t been revealed, which with over 170 tracks isn’t at all surprising. Athough the official tweet below does tease one track, “Good Egg Galaxy” from Super Mario Galaxy.
Treat your ears to over 170 songs with #SuperMario3DAllStars’ in-game music player. Here’s “Good Egg Galaxy” from Super Mario Galaxy to get your week off to a good start! #MondayMotivation pic.twitter.com/snDa2SrAwi
— Nintendo of Europe (@NintendoEurope) September 7, 2020
What’s more, the official website has a section for the music player feature. It details that there are exactly 175 tracks to listen too, with six tracks to preview on the site itself. It’s also revealed that you won’t need to have your screen on as the game will continue playing the music even with the screen off.
It’s worth noting that Super Mario 3D All-Stars is launching on September 18, but it’ll only be available for a limited time and of course, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.